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33-43, Market Place

A Grade II Listed Building in Cromford, Derbyshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.1081 / 53°6'29"N

Longitude: -1.5607 / 1°33'38"W

OS Eastings: 429506

OS Northings: 356859

OS Grid: SK295568

Mapcode National: GBR 599.28H

Mapcode Global: WHCDW.043L

Entry Name: 33-43, Market Place

Listing Date: 26 October 1972

Last Amended: 12 September 1990

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1263844

English Heritage Legacy ID: 429497

Location: Cromford, Derbyshire Dales, Derbyshire, DE4

County: Derbyshire

District: Derbyshire Dales

Civil Parish: Cromford

Traditional County: Derbyshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Derbyshire

Church of England Parish: Cromford St Mary

Church of England Diocese: Derby

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Listing Text

In the entry for the following: 1. MARKET PLACE
1390 CROMFORD
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Nos 35 to 43 (odd)
SK 2956 1/78

II

By the addition of number 33 Market Place, Cromford, to the list; the address shall be amended to read:


1. MARKET PLACE
1390 CROMFORD
Nos 33-43 (odd)
SK 2956 1/78

the description shall be amended to read:


2.
Row of houses with shops. Built 1780s for Richard Arkwright to accommodate textile
workers for his mills, converted to retail use, altered and extended in C19.
Coursed rubble; tiled roofs. Nos 37-41 date from the 1780s, no 33 was added to the
rear, and no 43 to the right, before 1841 (when they appear on the Tithe Map).
Nos 37-41 (originally 4 houses) are of Arkwright's Phase I type, ie originally
single unit in plan with rear services, 3-storeys, side stairs against end and party
walls behind and to one side of front entrance; front elevations of two bays, the
entrance bay with no windows above, the other with two-light stone mullioned windows
to each floor; doorway with substantial rectangular lintels and crude capitals and
bases, all tooled; moulded stone eaves cornice; ridge stacks. No 37 (Lloyd's Bank)
with fenestration intact to upper floors (windows with horned sashes), doorway with
c.1900 stone surround, the double panelled doors and large window to right (with
glazing bars) late-C20. Extended to left c.1900, 2 storeys, slightly recessed,
one-window bay to street with horned sashes to each floor to front and left return.
No 39 (formerly two houses) with fenestration intact above (windows with horned
sashes); small C19 shop window and half-glazed and panelled door in original
surround to left; its companion and associated window (to right) replaced with
early-C19 double, bowed shop windows with glazing bars flanking glazed and panelled
door with rectangular overlight containing decorative glazing bars. No 41 with
intact fenestration above (windows with plate-glass casements) and with C20 windows
inserted in the blank bay above the doorway (which is original, with 2?4 double
glazed doors); inserted C19 shop front with pilasters. No 43 is a little later (see
vertical masonry joint), with C19 shop window with pilasters and panelled reveals to
wide doorway to left, late C20 glazing bars. Upper windows in original surrounds
(C20 2-light casements). One original stone ridge stack, the others replaced in red
and black brick. No 43 extends to rear to form double-depth plan, the front end
wall rendered, the rear end wall with windows under cambered arches and a C19
doorway surround and planked door. Stone end stack to rear range. No 35 occupies
lean-to outshut behind no 37 with 3 original windows (One of 2 lights with stone
mullion). No 33 (now part, and to rear, of no 39) comprises a wing that returns to
form a storage or workshop range running parallel to the street. Planked door with
overlight and some C19 windows.

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1. MARKET PLACE
1390 CROMFORD

No 35 to 43 (odd)
SK 2956 1/78

II

2.
Late C18 and later. Coursed stone rubble; 3 storeys; 4 4-light plain mullioned
windows fitted with modern sashes and 2 later casement windows; plain eaves;
tiles. No 39 has a good early C19 double-fronted bow shop window with
glazing bars, Nos 41 and 43 modern shop fronts and No 37 a modern but sympathetic
bank front with a recessed wing on left-hand side.


Listing NGR: SK2950656859

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